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Guinea Hogs Around the US

In just a few short years the AGHA has grown leaps and bounds thanks to the dedication of our member breeders. Although still extremely rare, guinea hogs are now available in most states, coast to coast. Believe us when we say “It’s worth it!” if you have to travel to find your first breeding pair (most of us did) or to try the sweet and delicate flavor of the meat.

Whether an active breeder interested in seeing the various sizes, types and historic colors of guinea hogs, a farm or backyard operation looking for an easy-care, manageable breed of hog, an interested observer or someone who recognizes the health benefits of naturally-raised pork with minimal genetic interference, we invite you to enjoy a picture tour of guinea hogs around the country.

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George in New Hampshire
Grace Ridge Farm
Oregon Boar
Pigs 'N Clover
Askew Acres in Eastern Ohio
Iowa Farm
Protesting Pigs
Bath Time
Kansas Gilt
The Farmer in Odell (New York that is)
Fall Piglets, Iowa
Maryland Piglets